posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 02:23 PM
reply to post by TheDebunkMachine
no, its 100% relevant. The daily tasks people do do not qualify as exercise, we are fully able to do them and they don impact us that much.
I disagree, walking is considered very good exercise... There are many things we do and the more you do then yes the more of a workout you will have!
How do you think people get fit and healthy and strong WITHOUT every going to a gym or doing any formal exercise...
A guy sitting on a sofa is moving his arms to eat chips, or his hands to change the tv, he walks to go to the kitchen or bathroom. and either way, he
would still gain muscle mass
I agree that he would be doing something, you are right but it would be next to nothing! How much energy would you use going to the toilet versus
doing a full days work? I mean it is a huge void in difference...
it appears your knowledge of hormones is very underdeveloped. Hormones will bind no matter what, if you are given an anabolic steroid (anabolism:
Anabolism (from Greek ana, "upward", and ballein, "to throw") is the set of metabolic pathways that construct molecules from smaller units) you
will gain muscle mass, because an anabolic steroid always stimulates anabolism, regardless of activity.
You may well be right but if you are sitting there on the sofa all day only eating crisps and going to the toilet you will get FAT and very unhealthy,
not gain muscles lol...
How do you think babys grow when they cant even walk or move for up to a year and a half of their life? Its because hormones such as HGH, IGF-1,
Testosterone and other growth factor hormones are doing their job, which is anabolism.
This part however is rather ridiculous! Babies move even inside the womb! lol... They kick and push against the sack, they are WORKING OUT, they are
pushing against a resistance... Then when they are born they gradually get stronger and stronger the more they EXERCISE! My 13 month old is walking
and even running like a mad man! To make out he is a blob that can't even move let alone walk is too funny... But yeah I have 3 kids and I have seen
how they develop and get stronger and it is through exercise...